Some apps and websites offering free or reduced fee access during Coronavirus


I’ve started noticing that some apps and websites, typically those in the wellbeing space, are offering free or reduced fee access in response to the Coronavirus outbreak.

I’ll keep a list here as I find them. If you find a cool wellbeing focused app offering free or reduced fee access during this time, let me know and I can add to the list below.

Just because I have included them below doesn’t mean I endorse the apps. I haven’t had the chance to try these apps. There might also be some geographical blocks in place, so I apologise if one of these apps isn’t available.

If you have an experience with one of these apps, let me know, whether it is positive or negative. – meditation – offering an increased range of free meditations within their app – yoga, high intensity training, 7-minute workouts – offering free access to all their fitness apps until April 1st – meditation – if you genuinely can’t afford their subscription you can write to them to request a free account (Carrot Fit) – 7 minute workouts – free for the next couple of weeks

Simple habit – – meditation – free premium memberships for those that can’t pay

Peloton – – on-demand fitness classes – extended their free trial to 90 days

Sanvello – – techniques for dealing with stress, anxiety and depression – free premium access during the COVID-19 crisis

Balance app – personalised meditation – free one-year subscription to anyone who wants it, during March –

Chris Hemsworth’s fitness app Centr is now offering six weeks for free –

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